Monday, April 6, 2015

Colorado Health Foundation releases National Public Health Week toolkit

Public health officials are leading the race to ensure that Coloradans are active, working to provide all residents with healthy and safe environments that promote physical activity. Because regular physical activity helps to improve both physical and mental health, this work by the public health community is a key strategy to reach the goal of making Colorado the healthiest state. 
To celebrate this work, we are releasing the first Data Spotlight from the 2015 Colorado Health Report Card series, “Colorado Health Report Card Extra Credit: Get Active,” in conjunction with National Public Health Week. This report examines the role of public health in increasing physical activity across Colorado and will be available today, April 6. PDF Icon Transparent Read a summary of the report
We created this toolkit, using data from the report, to help you celebrate National Public Health Week, April 6-12, 2015. Use the items below to share information about public health successes and challenges with your community.

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